I'm spending a year dead for tax reasons.
15th December 2002
If you have them!
Here is mine, ASUS GTX 960 Strix...
Danny King | Community Manager | GameFront.com
3rd May 2016
I've yet to try it myself, I have stock fans and hear it a bit unsafe
Desktop Specs: CPU: AMD FX-4130 Quad Core @ 3.8GHz, Motherboard: ASRock N68-VS3 FX, Ram: 8.00GB Dual-Channel DDR3 @ 535MHz, GPU: 2GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti SC (EVGA),Case: Raidmax ATX (B
Jeff is a mean boss
28th July 2002
"NubSmoo"I've yet to try it myself, I have stock fans and hear it a bit unsafe
It is impossible to ruin a modern GPU with overclocking. They have safe guards in them that will not let you go over the safe limits. The only way is if you run a custom BIOS that has these limits disabled (and some cards are hardware limited, Nvidia does this IIRC) so it's very hard to do.
Now, you can surely have non stable hardware due to the silicon lottery but you shouldn't have to worry about killing your GPU.
CPUs can be a bit trickier since you can certainly put too much voltage into them but most have safeguards in place.
11th November 2006
It's pretty much on the limit of what's stable. If I push Core Clock to +150, it starts growing a bit unstable.